The annual Indian Lake "Trunk or Treat" will be held at the Lodge on November 3 at 12 p.m. The Indian Lake Police Department will speak with the kids regarding "Stranger Danger." Residents can participate by bringing candy for the kids to the Lodge by 11:30, you can also drop any candy off at the Borough Office during regular business hours and I (Kirsten) will take it to the Lodge to hand out. Tables will be provided to distribute candy and pizza will be provided for the kids, compliments of Scott Hollern and Hollern-Koontz Insurance Agency. The Lodge will remain open afterwards for the Steelers game.

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The Indian Lake Anglers' Club has published a series of fliers publicizing their Summer Activities.  Click Here to read all about it.

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Snowmobiles and ATVs; Sharing the Road

On Wednesday, February 13th, Council enacted a new Ordinance 187 permitting joint use of Borough roadways for properly registered and operated and insured snowmobiles and ATVs. This new Ordinance is permitted by recent changes in state laws and is viewed as important legislation for recreational and recreation-friendly communities such as ours.

The Ordinance is available by clicking the link below. There are many important provisions, restrictions, limitations and nuance in the Ordinance and, more importantly, the underlying state laws.

Golf Carts are specifically excluded from PA's ATV, Snowmobile or NEV regulations and provisions, and are thus NOT permitted under these ordinances.

There is an open discussion topic on the Smoke Signals Forum at:

Ordinance 187

Chapter 77 of the Motor Vehicle Code